Two youth accused of theft, taken to jail on foot from hospital in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur on April 12. After producing in Court, police got them tested for COVID-19 in which one of the thieves tested positive. GRP official said, "Got them tested after producing in Court and one's report came positive. Our vehicle broke down hence we had to take them to jail on foot."
Delhi Police has arrested one ganja supplier Krishan Jha. Accused Krishan Kha was involved in supplying ganja in various parts of the capital.In the month of February this year, one Shashi Bhushan was arrested with the recovery of illegal ganja weighing around 8 Kg. During interrogation, accused Shashi Bhushan disclosed that he was a carrier and the recovered illegal ganja belonged to Krishan Jha and Vikas. The efforts were made to nab both of them but they evaded their arrest. Hence, Non-bailable warrant against both of them was issued by the Court. After strenuous efforts, the accused was arrested from his hide out in Najafgarh, Delhi. During sustained interrogation, Krishan Jha disclosed that Vikas supplied ganja to him. Further efforts are being made to nab the co-accused Vikas, who is still absconding.
Alipur Police Station, Outer North District police facilitated the movement of oxygen tanker from Singhu Border, which was stuck at Kundli Border today. The tanker was scheduled to arrive at Jaipur Golden Hospital in Rohini. All the necessary arrangements are being made by administration and government to provide oxygen to hospitals. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, on April 20, informed that in many hospitals in Delhi, medical oxygen is available for 8-10 next hours only.
Delhi Police created a green corridor for two oxygen tankers from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana borders to reach a COVID-19 hospital in outer Delhi's Paschim Vihar. The two tankers carrying 19,500 litres of liquid oxygen from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana borders had been stuck in the traffic. The police received information around 11.30 pm on Monday and immediately teams were rushed to ensure smooth passage for the containers. The two tankers were then escorted by Delhi police till the hospital. 235 Covid patients were at risk due to the shortage of oxygen in the hospital. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Delhi Police created green corridor on April 19 to transport oxygen tankers to Balaji Action Hospital. Hospital had critical level of O2 in Liquid Gas Tank and 235 COVID patients were at risk. Tankers were stuck at Delhi border due to COVID restrictions.
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